5 Easy Homemade Cleaners Recipes to Make at Home Today
Have you thought about making your own homemade cleaners? Have you wondered if they really work? Well, I can’t speak for everyone but I love making my own cleaning supplies!
Making your own cleaning supplies from scratch is all the rage right now. Just take a quick look on Pinterest and you will see so many different ways you can make homemade cleaners. Personally, I’ve been using these homemade cleaner recipes for quite some time now and I’m sold on the idea! I’m able to get my house cleaned quickly, thoroughly and safely!
5 Easy Household Cleaner Recipes
Homemade cleaner recipes are not only environmentally friendly but making them yourself can save you a lot of money! It’s no secret that I am all about saving money! Using natural homemade household cleaners helps me keep our budget in mind while still keeping a clean house that is totally lived in….HELLO, I have 3 boys under this roof!
Traditional cleaning supplies contain harsh chemicals that are not good for you, your kids or pets! Just storing these cleaning supplies in your home could pose a risk to your family. Kids and pets have a tendency to get into things and even the smallest amount of bleach, Ajax, Windex or 409 can hurt them. With homemade cleaning supplies, you can feel safe knowing that the ingredients are environmentally friendly and non-toxic!
I have five homemade cleaning recipes that will help you save money and get your house sparkling clean. You can make your own all-purpose cleaner, furniture polish, toilet bowl cleaner, floor cleaner or a glass cleaner! Yes, all of these different cleaners you pay $3 to $5 for can be made at home with just a few ingredients. These homemade cleaners also work much better than the cleaners you can pick up at the Dollar Store.
Share your favorite homemade cleaner recipes through the links below or pin this post to Pinterest so you have your favorite all natural household cleaners in one place!
For how long can you storage them?????
Hi Carolina! Generally, I replenish or remake my homemade cleaners every 6-12 weeks. If the homemade cleaner has lemon juice in it, then I usually stick with the 6 week mark since it can go rancid. Hope this helps!
Do you have a recipe for removal of rubber backing on my wooden chairs from the comfy pillows? I want to preserve the finish on the chair seat, and have not experimented with anything. Thanks for any help you may have.
Hi LaVerne! I’m not 100% sure how well it would work, but you could try using GooGone for this. Let me know if you try and how well it works.